I have mentioned before, (here, and here ),how much I love the reading program "Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons". With my own kids in mind, I created some additional supplemental worksheets to go along with it. Because we needed some things like this:
And some things like this:
And even some things like this:
We have created packets up to Lesson 50 at this point, and each of these packets are now available in a bundled packet here in our store.
ABOUT THAT READING PROGRAM:
I love the comfortable intimacy of sitting down on the couch to read with my son. I love the ease of reading through the daily lesson. And I love the overall sense of it. It just breaks down "Reading" into this easily understandable activity. And the pictures and stories in the book help it stay fun.
And then, I completed another similar collection called "After Ten Phonics", with another 25 activities and worksheets.
When I used this program before, I wanted practice sheets for the writing part of the program. If you are familiar with "How to Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons", you'll remember that sound introduction happens in a different order than the ABC's are usually introduced. But even the way the sound for "A" is introduced is a challenge, as in the "100 Easy Lessons" book, it looks different than most lowercase A's do in Kindergarten workbooks. And what I really wanted, was something more like this:
|Sample worksheet from the "After Five" packet|
So now I have it. With nice colorful imagery, in case someone wants to print it out, laminate it and reuse it over and over (which would really be helpful). I also included black and white options for those who prefer to print these out at home without using up their color cartridges:
|Sample worksheet from the "After Ten" packet|
Now these are lovely additions. But the teacher side of me kicked in and whispered, "You know, some supplemental activities that added more sound/letter recognition would be really nice..." So I made some of this:
And then added some of this (mixing in some shapes and color practice):
And then I remembered how I used this program for teaching in a combined classroom, and I REALLY wanted some nice colorful flashcards...so I made some of these:
And then, because I know how my kids want crafty stuff every once in awhile, just to keep it all interesting, I added a little of this sort of thing:
If you're not exactly sure what you're looking at there, that is a "Mat the Rat" craft, from one of my freebie reading stories. This one here, in fact:
You can download this free reading story, along with four others, right here.
And speaking of my store, that's where you can find all the supplements mentioned above!